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the victims and heroes of boston. chris jansing has been talking to people there. she's next. flap . >>> today there's been a lot of public focus into the blast in boston but we must not forget the personal toll that these attacks have taken. graduate student lindsey liu of china. she was studying math and statics at boston university and loved blogging about the meals she ate here in the united states. the chinese government expressed their sympathies today in a statement saying, our hearts go out to the families of this terrible tragedy. a story like beth roesch who saw her daughter becca compete in her first marathon. they took this picture together on sunday, just moments after rebecca crossed the finish line. beth was left with a shattered kneecap but her injuries were the least of her worries. >> i saw becky's friend walking -- she was hopping into marathon sports and she this blood coming out of her leg and i was so sad and then i didn't know where my kids were. i didn't know where my husband was. i didn't know where my daughter was. she had just finished. she had just finished. >> than
grandparents in this country live at least 400 miles away from the grandkids. as our own chris jansing reports tonight, they are prompted by the very simple motive of keeping in touch. >> do you hear clicking? >> no! >> reporter: the trials and tribulations of tech challenged seniors have become the stuff of youtube sensation. >> why won't it take a picture? [ speaking in a foreign language ] >> reporter: and fodder for funny commercials. but an ipad is an awfully expensive cutting board. >> >> reporter: seniors are flocking to classes to get up to social media speed. >> my social friends push me because they want me to "tweeter" and "twit." >> it's a nice day to update your family. >> reporter: in california this session is focused on connecting with friends and family through facebook. >> they send me things. i think i have responded and i haven't. i don't get any responses back. >> click on it and drag it. >> reporter: slowly but surely, seniors are embracing social media. for the first time ever last year more than half of seniors were online. a third now use social media we
of the marathon bombings. i'm chris jansing. two journalists of "the boston globe" were at the finish line. they were taking in the scene, as the runners and first responders reacted to the attack. here's what they saw. >> just the finish line, getting the late runners across, at 2:50 p.m., sitting up on the finish line. things going along swimmingly. and then, boom. and smoke just billowed straight up into the air. and me and the other photographers just immediately ran over there. and within 20 seconds of that, as we were starting to get a grip on the scene, a second explosion went off up in the ne next corner, at boylston and fifth. both devices were in trash cans. we had a number of cuts and bruises. facial cuts. i saw a man who lost part of his leg. the police, the fire, everyone was scrambling. it was a chaotic scene. and the injuries were nothing short of horrific. the other thing turned quickly into a crime scene. it's been known as the best day in boston. a lot of people out there, unfortunately. they turned a beautiful day into a horrific day and nightmare. >> i was standing on t
companies. joining me now is chris jansing. we know it will be a packed auditorium. a lot of dignitaries are going to be there. republicans and democrats alike. >> i just made my way through the crowd. it's a huge line out there. this cathedral across the street holds about 2,000 people. officially the name of the interfaith service is healing our city but i think from what i've heard talking to people maybe the headline in the boston globe describes it even better. prayer service to be a defiance of terror because that's how people here feel. they are not going to allow what happened with this bombing to keep them from gathering together to honor these victims. as you have said, there's going to be a huge contingent. not just the mayor but four former governors. romney, patrick. the famous cellist is going to play. he was a student at one time nearby at harvard. and the president himself is going to be talking about healing. this role of comforter in chief is one that he knows all too well having been to ft. hood and to tucson and to aurora and then of course most recently to newtown, c
's such a hard worker in everything she did. this doesn't make any sense. >> nbc's chris jansing joins us now live from boston. chris, what an emotional time for the city of boston. >> without a doubt. this is a city that is grieving. it's also a city that's coming together. and we saw it in a very big way and in a heart warming way last night in dorchester which is the home of 8-year-old martin richard. a big crowd came out to show support for the family. it is hard to even imagine what they are going through not only losing an 8-year-old but the mother who had to undergo brain surgery. she had a very serious injury whether the entire family was near the finish line of the boston marathon. and their little girl, just 6 years old, first grader, who lost her leg. but last night we saw people lighting candles. they were laying flowers, stuffed animals and a lot of peace signs. one of the moving pictures that has come out of this is less than a year ago when little martin richard had made a sign that said no more hurting people when he was in a peace march at school. the school where he went cal
from boston, chris jansing. take us through how president obama will spend his day and the developing situation, chris? >> reporter: good morning. i'm right across the street from holy cross cathedral. and the president will be arriving here for an 11:00 a.m. service. we've got a look at the program. it will include religious leaders, the mayor will be here. governor deval patrick. among those in the congregation will be the former governor of massachusetts, mitt romney. and yo-yo ma, the great cellist who went to harvard, will be performing as well as some chorus. it's a simple service. it's one that is all-too familiar to the president, who will be, for the fifth time in his presidency, be consoler in chief. after the ft. hood tragedy. in tucson, in aurora, colorado, the horrific shooting at the movie theater. and most recently in newtown, connecticut. this is a community that is still in grief, still in mourning. it's not just here. we saw emotions coming to the fore in washington yesterday. with the secretary of state, john kerry and first lady, michelle obama. take a listen. >> w
jansing, correspondent michael isicoff and michael leiter here, as well. chris, i want to begin with you as you spent an hour on site there talking with people that have been dealing with this tragedy. i think one of the more interesting things revealed was the fact that the police department is calling this the most complex crime scene that they have ever encountered. >> it is not surprising, i don't think, thomas. that crime scene processed just a few blocks behind where i'm sitting but bostonians as people around the country trying to process what happened here, huge headline in "the boston globe" that says marathon error and very, very graphic picture of what happened here almost indescribable. 176 people as you talked about injured. including brothers. they had gone to watch a friend run the race. their mother with five children got a call. both of her sons lost a leg. and then you talked about the youngest victim, the 8-year-old. his mother had brain surgery. his other sibling also lost a leg. so the tragedy, the depth of the tragedy here, almost indescribable. and we heard a brief
. >>> i want to check in with msnbc's chris jansing, host of "jansing and company." she's been reporting from boston and joins us. chris, this morning, we had the fact they were able to solidify the complex area, as they called it, from 15 blocks to 12 blocks, now over 24 hours later, what is the scene now? i mean, we can see the police are still behind you. >> reporter: yeah, and that whole area is cordoned off with the yellow police tape and there's a heavy police presence both there and around this city which obviously is very subdued. this is not the kind of post-marathon day people would expect. people come from nearly 100 countries to run in this event, and there's often a celebration, you know, just that they finished. most of these are not elite runners. they're people like you and me who have done a personal accomplishment. i think the thing we've seen here, though, thomas, today, in addition to the police presence is the other side of this. how the community is coming together. there are a number of church services that are planned for tonight and tomorrow. some groups have beg
stay with msnbc for continuing coverage of the explosions in boston. chris jansing takes over now. >>> good afternoon, i am chris jansing. we continue to follow that breaking news. two explosions at the finish line of the boston marathon. this is the first dramatic video we're getting of what appears to be a large catastrophic explosion. one after the next. we do not know the cause or the full impact at this hour. but first responders have been rushing to the scene. they came to the explosions that hit just about one hour ago. we do have reports of multiple injuries. some of them severe. former police commissioner bill bratton reportedly cited as many as 50 people injured. again, in the chaos that is ensuing, it's difficult to get a real number, but as you can see, people being taken from the scene in wheelchairs and on stretchers. we are also getting the first pictures showing the destruction. you can actually see part of the grandstand apparently destroyed. people injured on the ground. now, this is an area in boston with a train line running right underneath. it's unclear if th
's word of a federal search warrant being executed in a boston suburb. chris jansing join us live with the latest on the case. >> good morning. the fbi says they're leading a joint federal task force on terrorism. however, they caution that this is a criminal investigation that could turn into a terror investigation. it involves federal, state and local police. and obviously, the question is, who might have done this? and why? they're careful to say there are no suspects. you talk about the warrant that was served in suburban boston. things were taken out of the apartment. but no arrests, no suspects, according to police. the ongoing question about exactly what happened, there is intensive investigation going on right now. everything from the criminal investigation to the forensic investigation, about these two blasts that went off 16 or 17 seconds apart without warning. generally, when there was an act of terror, they might have heard some chatter. there was no reports that was chatter of any kind. an official at the white house told kristen well kerr that any event is clearly an
they believe all of them will survive. >> a bit of good news. thanks so much. chris jansing live in boston. >>> just ahead, the senate has dealt a major blow to the president's effort to expand gun control through background checks. but an emotional president vows to fight on. >>> plus, more details on the massive west, texas, explosion. and the latest information, just ahead. you have the potential to do more in business. by earning a degree from capella university, you'll have the knowledge to make an impact in your company and take your career to an even greater place. let's get started at you'll have to pay five hundred bucks for your deductible. the truth? at allstate, you could pay zero. allstate gives you a hundred dollars off your deductible the day you sign up. then another hundred off every year you don't have an accident. let the good hands reward your safe driving with a deductible that goes away. ♪ deductible rewards. one more way you're in good hands with allstate. ♪ by the armful? by the barrelful? the carful? how the bowlful? campbell's soups giv
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are i new meaning. joining us from boston, the host of msnbc's "jansing and company" chris jansing. thanks for joining us. >> many of the people from newtown actually were here because of that dedication of the last mile. some of the family members, some residents were either running or cheering on. none of them was hurt. but we do now know and got confirmation this morning that 176 people were taken to hospital. three of them died. you mentioned martin richards, just eight years old and two of those seriously wounded. and there are 17 in critical condition, but two of them are his mother, who had brain surgery and his sister who lost one leg. all of them were there to watch martin's dad run in this marathon. you mentioned two explosions, confirmation this morning from investigators there were two blasts. they were a few hundred feet apart. about 15 seconds apart. you can just imagine the scene at that finish line. there are 23,000 people who are running in this marathon, about two-thirds of them had finished by that time. there's bane lot of talk about the people who had yet to fi
leiter, thank you very much. joining us with the latest information from boston, msnbc's chris jansing and nbc's ron allen from mass general. chris, first to you, the latest on the scene. you've talked to so many witnesses, so many people. you know the community, tell us how things have evolved the day after. >> just a few blocks from what is an active crime scene. and to pick up on what michael lighter just talked about. one of the things we heard was a call from the folks around the finish line to send in their photos, send in their videos and they acknowledge there could be not just thousands, but maybe tens of thousands or hundreds of thousands of them. they're particularly interested, obviously, in those that were taken during the blast. right before and right after. and they said, do not hesitate to send them to us. we promise we will follow up on them. it is going to be extremely difficult. you can just imagine with potentially tens or hundreds of thousands of photos, like looking for a needle in a haystack. what officials are saying is you don't know as a citizen, what might be
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. we'll see you back here monday. coming up next, chris jansing. bye-bye. >>> hi, there. if you are traveling, we're going to run into wet spots through the north and mid-atlantic. this should be isolated this morning. we will see a chance of stronger storms through the day today. 55 degrees in boston. we should top out around 60 in new york city. washington, d.c., 60 this afternoon. and while that leaves a little room for balls and tees, it doesn't leave room for much else. there's no room left for deadlines or conference calls. not a single pocket to hold the stress of the day, or the to-do list of tomorrow. only 14 clubs pick up the right one and drive it right down the middle of pure michigan. your trip begins at i've always had to keep my eye on her... but, i didn't always watch out for myself. with so much noise about health care... i tuned it all out. with unitedhealthcare, i get information that matters... my individual health profile. not random statistics. they even reward me for addressing my health risks. so i'm doing fine... but she's still going to gi
monday. coming up next, chris jansing. >> i'm meteorologist bill karins with your weekend forecast. the rainy weather we're dialing in the northeast will be gone as we go throughout the day. nice weekend. masters golf tournament down there in georgia looks fine on saturday but rain coming up out of the gulf on sunday. stormy down here in the southeast and storm for our friends in the northern plains. [ male announcer ] this is betsy. her long day of pick ups and drop offs begins with arthritis pain... and a choice. take up to 6 tylenol in a day or just 2 aleve for all day relief. all aboard. ♪ tens of thousands of dollars in hidden fees on their 401(k)s?! go to e-trade and roll over your old 401(k)s to a new e-trade retirement account. none of them charge annual fees and all of them offer low cost investments. e-trade. less for us. more for you. i'm maria, and i have diabetic nerve pain. i felt like my feet were going to sleep. it was like pins and needles sticking in your toes and in your feet. it progressed from there to burning like i was walking on hot coals. at that point, i
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. joining me now live from boston is msnbc's chris jansing, host of "jansing & co." i wanted to ask you because it really got to me about this 8-year-old boy. what more are we learning? >> the first pictures we saw of him was this kid with this megawatt smile and it broke your heart. then there was something else that came out, and it really has moved people so deeply. it was a photo taken less than a year ago. and the school that he went to was having a peace march. and he had made a sign. it had just four simple words on it. no more hurting people. and then a peace sign. and to think that he was the victim of violence. he was there at the finish line with his family. they had gone together to have a great day. apparently he had just come back from getting some ice cream. and when the blast happened, he was killed. his mother had to have surgery. she has a serious brain injury. and his sister, who is just a first grader at the same school where their mother was the librarian, has had one of her legs amputated. the school released a statement about young martin richard, calling him a br
all day long. i'm handing it off to chris jansing. take it away. >> i am chris jansing andy we are in the middle of the fast breaking news story on the boston marathon terror attacks. two brothers spent a deadly night and morning. one is dead and one suspect is on the run. they think they have him cornered. a third person, a possible accomplice is on a train surrounded from boston to new york stopped in east norwalk, connecticut. we have an unprecedented situation in the boston area. more than one million people are being told to stay in your home. they are on lockdown. heavily armed police hunt for the teen suspect wanted for the deaths of th t
more measured approach here. we had congressman peter king in the last hour with my colleague chris jansing saying the fbi needs to take a second look at its procedures at least because of the briefings that he's been privy to. take a listen. >> i think it requires local police to be more involved and perhaps the fbi should consider adjusting regulations to keep a file on someone open. did they tell the boston police about this? was there any way -- any capacity to follow up on that case when subsequent information became available on the older brother? >> how do you think it will springboard debate on whether local police should be tipped off and maybe something on a local level they could then be more regulated in terms of their behavior and not something that the fbi has to onus on them all the time as you say with thousands and thousands of tips they're getting. >> it's a question on whether the tip has substance to it and whether it turns out upon investigation to raise any red flags. at that point certainly we should be talking about notifying local law enforcement and other a
.m. coming up next, chris jansing. bye-bye. >>> i'm meteorologist bill karins. what a beautiful day it's going to be. as we go to the afternoon hours, high temperatures topping out 60s and 70s right up the eastern seaboard. dry weather in the middle of the country and finally warming up in areas like denver and billings. one more cool day for the northern plains and then the warm air heads for areas like minneapolis, and the west coast continues to enjoy beautiful sunshine. have a great day. i've always had to keep my eye on her... but, i didn't always watch out for myself. with so much noise about health care... i tuned it all out. with unitedhealthcare, i get information that matters... my individual health profile. not random statistics. they even reward me for addressing my health risks. so i'm doing fine... but she's still going to give me a heart attack. we're more than 78,000 people looking out for more than 70 million americans. that's health in numbers. unitedhealthcare. trust your instincts to make the call. to treat my low testosterone, my doctor and i went with axiron, the
was plugging a little bit on bill nelson, he'll be on with my friend, chris jansing, in the next hour. check back after the show. we'll detail some of the stranger twists and turns of that mark sanford campaign. it has been a wild week. that's it for edition. have a great weekend. bye-bye. >>> i'm meteorologist bill karins with your spring weekend forecast. there's two things going on this weekend. one is warmer temperatures, just about everywhere. the other one is some heavy rains and today they're in areas of oklahoma and arkansas. they'll be spreading is overnight tonight into the weekend into areas of tennessee, kentucky, and through the southeast. if there's one rainy spot this weekend, it's having to deal with on and off rain, it's the southeast. the rest of the country, enjoy. and do you know your... blood type? a or b positive?? have you eaten today? i had some lebanese food for lunch. i love the lebanese. i... i'm not sure. enough of the formalities... lets get started shall we? jimmy how happy are folks who save hundreds of dollars switching to geico? happier than dracula volunteer
. coming up, it's chris jansing. >> we've got some showers unand down the coast today, lighter showers moving into new york city. isolated turneder storms in iowa today. temperatures should be in the 60s and 70s. top out at 75 in atlanta with some sunshine. >>> gad morning, i'm richard in for chris jansing. there's new information about the boston bombing marathon suspects and it's driving for questions from lawmakers about how the case was handle. stelg nbc that russian authorities caught tamerlan tsarnaev on a wiretap talking about jihad to his mother back in 2007. >> if the russians had given the fbi the information they had regarding the mother and the son and the views on the mother's radicalization, it would have changed the investigation and again got to the bottom of this more quickly and headed this entire disaster off. >> there's more. chairman mike mccall saying there's rush to judgment and the boston bombings could be part of a bigger conspiracy. they want to know more about how tamerlan tsarnaev name got misspeeld on span airline ticket and they're asking why his trip back
>>> good morning. i'm chris jansing. today the lone living suspect in the boston marathon bombings is expected to be formally charged. we know dzhokhar tsarnaev is still in serious condition but talking to investigators mostly in writing because he's got a bullet wound to the throat. and the boston police commissioner has said he believes there could have been more attacks. >> there were over 200 rounds fired at the scene. they were armed with sidearms and explosive devices. one that has been widely publicized was one of the pressure cooker devices similar to what we saw on boylston street. >> and beyond any immediate threat or the question of motive, there is another question that is key to this investigation. as evidence mounts that the older brother, tamerlan tsarnaev took a radical turn, when exactly? what about that six-month trip to dagestan and chechnya. i want to bring in pete williams. good morning once again. i want to start with dzhokhar tsarnaev. do we know specifically beyond serious condition how he's doing and how much talking he's doing? >> well, very little talking
>>> good morning. i'm chris jansing. serious concerns this morning about whether agencies shared information about tamerlan tsarnaev. senators on the intelligence committee were briefed by the fbi and many of them came away disturbed by what they heard. you'll hear references here to stovepiping. i'm concerned there seems to be serious problems with sharing information including critical investigative information and that is troubling to me that this many years after the attacks on our country in 2001 that we still seem to have stovepipes. >> post- 9/11 we thought we created a system that would allow for the free thrflow of information between agencies and there's been stone walls and sto stovepipes reconstructed that were probably unintentional but we have to review that issue again and make sure there's the free flow of information. >> this morning russian authorities and the fbi are continuing to talk to the tsarnaev brothers' parents about what they knew. we also learned tamerlan bought fireworks at this store in new hampshire. 48 fireworks in all and investigators want to kn
'm chris jansing. groining travelers may finally get congress to do something about the sequester. over the last five days, they have caused thousands of delays at airports all across the country, and right now staffing issues are delaying flights at jfk and at chicago's o'hare. expect more of this. here's what the faa says. as a result of employee furloughs due to sequestration the faa is implementing traffic management initiatives at airports and facilities around the country. travelers can expect to see a wide range of delays that will change throughout the day depending on staffing and weather-related issues. senator harry reid wants to roll back the quester slightly using savings from the wars in iraq and afghanistan. senators amy klobuchar and john hoevner are introducing a bill to give the faa more flexibility to manage the cuts and senator kirsten gillibrand is working on a bill to reinstate air traffic controllers but cuts. the faa chief, michael huerta and senatorgy rockefeller met yesterday and there was also a lot of fingerpointing at a very contentious hearing. >> we told t
is at three with 170 people injured, 71 of them still hospitalized. joining us now from boston, chris jansing. this morning we're now learning more about those three people killed in the bombings. give us details on these three people. good morning, brian. well, the three really have little in common except that each had come to watch the end of the marathon. martin richard, just 8 years old. he had gone to the race to watch the marathon with his parents and his 11-year-old brother and 5-year-old sister. according to the "boston globe," they took a break for ice cream before changing their seats to watch the end of the race at the finish line. today his mother who is a librarian at his school and his sister are still seriously injured and 8-year-old martin has become a symbol of innocence. this photo of him holding a sign reading "no more hurting people, peace," when he went on a peace march at his school, has been endlessly tweeted and shared across the globe. on "morning joe" we showed you the images yesterday. a chalk drawing he made over the weekend, still outside his home. and the word p
>>> coming up on 8:00 east coast time, good morning from new york, i'm chris jansing. that 19-year-old boston marathon suspect captured last night is now at beth israel deaconess medical center in boston suffering from a gunshot wound and blood loss, officials expect to question him the moment his condition improves. dzhokhar tsarnaev was captured last night in watertown after a local resident discovered him hiding in a boat in his backyard. almost an unbelievable scenario. went out to have a cigarette, next thing you know he sees some blood. he sees that a tarp was cut. that was after that enormous manhunt paralyzed the city and turned the region into a virtual military zone. tsarnaev along with his 26-year-old brother, tamerlan, who died early friday in their standoff with police, is accused of planting bombs at the finish line of the boston marathon monday. three people, of course, were killed. scores more wounded. many of them still hospitalized. and also later they shot and killed police say a 26-year-old m.i.t. police officer, sean collier. the fbi's hostage rescue team pulle
. we'll see you right back here tomorrow. chris jansing is next. bye bye. >>> a big cold front is stretching across the country. on the northwest side of it, we have some heavy know across nebraska and south dakota, but we're also looking at the threat of strong storms, especially down through oklahoma, where some icelated tornados are possible. also a round of thunderstorms in land, detroit and chicago. temperatures in the southeast about 81. i'm phyllis, and i have diabetic nerve pain. when i first felt the diabetic nerve pain, of course, i had no idea what it was. i felt like my feet were going to sleep. it progressed from there to burning like i was walking on hot coals to like a thousand bees that were just stinging my feet. i have a great relationship with my doctor. he found lyrica for me. [ female announcer ] it's known that diabetes damages nerves. lyrica is fda approved to treat diabetic nerve pain. lyrica is not for everyone. it may cause serious allergic reactions or suicidal thoughts or actions. tell your doctor right away if you have these, new or worsening depres
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, you have a busy day up there. thank you for taking time. >> sure. >>> and chris jansing is in boston on top of the latest developments there. chris, it appears now today you're closer to the bombing site? >> we've hearing all along that police wanted things to get back to normally, a weird word to use when you've had a tragedy. as quickly as possible. this is an area of commerce. you can see the big white medical tent that was essentially used as a trauma center in the aftermath. this is by far the closest we have gotten to that crime scene. we also learned today at times there's been as many as 100 investigators working this crime scene. they will continue to shrink it. they believe they definitely are making progress, both in findings parts of the bomb being analyzed, looking at all those individual photographs, and pieces of video, looking for a suspe suspect. >> there was also an interesting analysis. an assist found 6% higher police presence this year at the marathon than the last. of course they are looking at every aspect of this. you can see the activity behind me, andrea. >>
. >>> good morning. i'm chris jansing. at noon, connecticut's governor will sign into the the toughest, most comprehensive gun laws. the legislature approved bills to expand the ban on assault weapons, limit magazines and require universal background checks. they hope this
appeared with chris jansing and recently al e alikened himself in favor of hillary clinton. let's listen. >> she's the most compelling and interesting person on the political scene right now. we're going to continue to talk about it and she is not going to make up her mind probably until after the midterm. >> so alice, we've got to hold out until after the midterm but do you think that she really is -- that she would clear the democratic field and that she would really scare the he lchll of republicans. >> she touched on arkansas. in my view, i believe that hillary clinton is the second woman from this state to be thrown under the bus by the obama administration. senator blanche lincoln being the first one. i'm encouraged to he see the fact that miss clinton has stepped back from the current administration, given herself a little breather and see what she has ahead. i think she's got a great feature. i'm a republican but there's certainly a lot of folks here and in the natural state that are excited to see what she has to contribute and i like the words that she said this morning, talkin
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. we'll see you back here tomorrow morning. coming up next, chris jansing. bye-bye. >> i'm meteorologist bill karins. major flooding on the illinois river and also the mississippi river and another spring storm heading for that region. thankfully the rain will be lighter with this one than the last storm and shouldn't cause additional problems. rain and snow will move through the central plains today and tomorrow including some of the big airports like kansas city and chicago. very logical thinker. (laughs) i'm telling you right now, the girl back at home would absolutely not have taken a zip line in the jungle. (screams) i'm really glad that girl stayed at home. vo: expedia helps 30 million travelers a month find what they're looking for. one traveler at a time. expedia. find yours. ♪ i don't wanna be right [ record scratch ] what?! it's not bad for you. it just tastes that way. [ female announcer ] honey nut cheerios cereal -- heart-healthy, whole grain oats. you can't go wrong loving it. easy-to-use platform. no, thank you. we know you're always looking for the best
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